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Installation Compliance guide
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Installation guide - Condenser Mount
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Installation guide - Ladder
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Installation guide - Xbeam
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Five tips on roof-mounting an air conditioner
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Installation guide - Skywalk Walkway
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5 quick thoughts on safe Roof Access
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Installation guide - Smartwalk Walkway
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How to order condenser mounts
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Ladder (cage and mid-landing) compliance
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How to install high-bond construction tape
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RC03 Roofing Clip inserts
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Monkeytoe Extrusion/parts list
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Roofing profile guide
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Monkeytoe fixing options
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Installation guide - Handrails
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Installation guide - Purlin-mount platform
FAQs
  • What is the maximum weight that your condenser mounting system can support?
    The standard units are 0-80kg, HD are 80-150kg and the super HDs can support up to 300kg depending on the roof pitch and the actual physical dimensions (please ask the Monkeytoe consultants for a special design).
  • What do we need to know to order a Condenser Mount?
    The following detail is required:
    - How many condensers do you have to mount?
    - Approx. weight of Condenser Unit
    - Roof profile type (so we can provide you with the correct fixing type)
    - Purlin spacings (our mounts span from purlin to purlin)
    - Roof Pitch (we’ll make sure your Mount has enough adjustment so that the condenser will sit level, i.e. won’t be on the same angle as the roof).
  • What’s special about your roof fixing method, how does it work?
    Monkeytoe top fixing roofing clips have specially fabricated jack stud which is threaded into the roofing clip then sits on the purlin below. The Jack stud is then tek screwed onto the purlin and the Monkeytoe clip screws down the outside of the stud until it is sealed onto the roofing profile. Using this unique Monkeytoe fixing, all loads are transferred to the building structure – not the roofing product.
  • How do we know whether the roof profile is top fixed or hidden fixed profile?
    Generally you will see a nail or tek screw line in a top fixed profile.
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